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Middle Grade (Ages 8+) Book Trailers

Middle-grade books are written primarily for 8 to 12 year olds (middle school students). They often feature a child protagonist who is in this age range where the main character faces situations relevant to readers of this demographic.

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Dragon Rider

by Cornelia Funke. A boy and a dragon set out to find a new home where dragons can live in peace in this New York Times Bestselling series for middle school kids. Ages 8+
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Serafina and the Black Cloak

by Robert Beatty. The book trailer for Serafina and the Black Cloak is the first in a three-part book trailer series that reflects the book trilogy. Stunning cinematography, costumes, special effects, and perfectly casted actors make this book trailer truly exceptional!
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Wonder

by R. J. Palacio. This book became a New York Times Bestseller and inspired a motion picture starring Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson, and Jacob Tremblay.
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Serafina and the Twisted Staff

by Robert Beatty. This book trailer is the second installment in the Serafina trilogy. With all of the quality and cinematic style of the first trailer, the book trailer for Serafina and the Twisted Staff ups the intensity with sweeping exterior shots and heart pounding action.
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Edison’s Alley

By: Shusterman & Elfman

by Shusterman & Elfman. It's teens vs. mad scientists in this book trailer for the second book in the Accelerati series.
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Tesla’s Attic

By: Shusterman & Elfman

by Shusterman & Elfman. This book trailer is for the first novel in the Accelerati Trilogy. It's teenagers vs. mad scientists with exploding toasters and fireballs falling from the sky being caught by baseball mitts.
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The Dog Who Saved the World

by Ross Welford. This book trailer for the 2019 Children's Picture book "The Dog Who Saved the World" has a simple, but eye-catching visual and compelling hook! Suitable for ages 10 and up.
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Lily Alone

By: Jacqueline Wilson

by Jacqueline Wilson . While the book trailer shows funny and odd moments like eating junk food, yelling on the toilet in a fairy costume, and swiping french fries off picnic tables… it also shows the emotional weight of the circumstance that has been thrust upon Lily.